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wop-wops (uncountable)

  1. (New Zealand) An out of the way place; the boondocks or backcountry.
    • 1979, Essie Summers, Lake of the Kingfisher,[1] →ISBN, page 44,
      Still, things could happen out here in the wop-wops.